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Sister Wives: Meri Is Selling Her Used Clothing

Sister Wives: Meri Is Selling Her Used Clothing

The Brown family of Sister Wives fame appears to be floundering, even if their show is revived for another season. After moving from Las Vegas to Flagstaff, Arizona, the family ran into serious cash flow problems. These problems escalated, even after they managed to sell the four houses they owned in Las Vegas.

Sister Wives: Meri Is Selling Her Used Clothing

Meri Brown has made a lot of money as a LuLaRoe consultant in recent years. In fact, she seems to have been in the top 10% of consultants for several years in a row, but fans are wondering if she had a lean period with her sales. The mother of one of them and owner of the inn started selling her used clothes during her LuLaRoe waterways, leading some fans to believe that the Brown family desperately needs money.

A few days ago, Meri Brown’s Facebook event was going on as usual, and then she threw her viewers a curveball. She started pulling out pieces of clothing she had previously worn, offering them to buyers. She even tried to sweeten the offer by pointing out the items she had worn specifically on Sister Wives or her Instagram feed.

There have been rumors that LuLaRoe and her consultants are in serious trouble in the middle of sales. According to Business Insider, the best consultants have abandoned the business, and the increase in debt due to sumptuous events threatens the extinction of the multilevel marketing company.

Sister Wives: Janelle Has Joined Cameo

While Meri Brown tries to dump her old clothes on the fans, Janelle has taken a completely different path when it comes to fundraising. The former real estate agent is trying to create custom messages for the fans, at a price, of course. Janelle, who recently closed her comments on Instagram, announced that she is willing to make every occasion special with a personalized video message via Cameo. Janelle charges her fans $30 for a personalized message.

Cameo is an application that helps celebrities reach their fans. Verified celebrities can create an account and offer personalized video messages. Each star can set their own rate. Several reality TV stars have started offering their services on the app in recent months. Spencer Pratt of The Hills: New Beginnings, for example, offers personalized videos for $100. Jinger Vuolo, best known for her role on Counting On, offered personalized messages for $60, although it’s currently unavailable on the app.

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